Division Three West A: Tregaron 24-15 Neyland 

The All Blacks were left wondering how they came away from Tregaron with nothing after two questionable yellow cards contributed to them losing a 15-12 lead late on.

The visitors were ahead by three points when Sam Cataki and Rhys Bradney, on permit from Pembroke Dock, were both given 10 minutes and the home side took advantage.

Returning scrum half Chris Morgan gave Neyland a bright start after he brushed off two defenders to score – but Tregaron responded with a try by flanker Dai Thomas to level matters at half time.

Neyland also made a good start to the second period as quick young winger Henry McBeth took a pass off centre George Williams and sped almost the length of the field for a try and Toby Hayman converted.

Again Tregaron fought back through No 10 Huw Bonner for a try he also converted to make it 12-12, but then Hayman landed a good penalty to put his side in sight of victory.

But then came those two sin bins and for Tregaron, tight head prop Geraint Richards and full back Ieuan Rees both had tries, one converted by Bonner, to swing matters in their favour.

It's a tough two weeks now in store for The All Blacks - at home to leaders Lampeter before an away trip to Llanybydder.

Neyland: Rhys Bradney, Henry McBeth, George Williams (capt), Jordan Allen-Wright, Sam Cataki, Toby Hayman, Chris Morgan, Gary Power, Craig Bennett, Luke Griffiths-Dawes, Mark James, Chris Busby, Simon Phillips, Owain Evans, Iestyn Evans. 
Replacements: Steve Hamer, Ben Williams, James Smith, Ieuan Hadley, Sam Hadley.